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UC Davis Proteomics Online tutorial

The online tutorial below is an excellent teaching resource that will provide you with crucial information on Proteomics. Students and Researchers are encouraged to watch these videos that contain relevant information for all the processes during proteomics (including...

New MaSH fellows

We are please to welcome Drs Kyriakos Varnava and Yongchuan Gu to the MaSH team. These fellows are available to provide practical support for sample preparation, sample running, and data analysis/interpretation for preferably short term, specific and highly focussed...

ASMS Reboot Vendor Events

As part of ASMS Reboot, the online version of the annual ASMS conference, a number of vendors are holding events to present their latest innovations in MS technology. Click on the images below for more information.    

Online mass spectrometry resources available during COVID-19

Here are some online learning opportunities recently made available due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This list will be updated as new opportunities are made available. May Institute on computation and statistics for mass spectrometry and proteomics - FREE online...

Reduced pricing for MS analysis – Triple TOF

We have recently had approval to halve the academic user charge rates for the TripleTOF 6600 mass spectrometer in SBS, and to introduce an even more affordable rate for targeted analyses using MRM (Multiple Reaction Monitoring) methods on this instrument: 30min...

Technologist position available in School of Chemical Sciences

Applications are invited for the full-time position of Mass-Spectrometry Technologist, primarily tasked with operating and maintaining the instruments and facilities of the Mass-Spectrometry suite housed within the School of Chemical Sciences. If you are organised,...

Technologist Role Available at Liggins Institute

The Liggins Institute require an experienced technician to work full-time in their modern research facility at Grafton, Auckland. The main function of this position is to operate their suite of three mass spectrometers (two triple quads and a Q-Exactive) and a sample...

Demarais and Grey Publish in Exp. Eye Res.

Dr. Nicholas Demarais, Prof. Paul Donaldson, and Dr. Angus Grey publish their study "Age-related spatial differences of human lens UV filters revealed by negative ion mode MALDI imaging mass spectrometry" in Experimental Eye Research (DOI: 10.1016/j.exer.2019.04.016)....